Laragh Homes in high demand

A fantastic feature in the Cambridge Independent and New Homes magazine, spotlighting our beautiful bespoke developments across Cambridgeshire…

This spring sees the continued success of Cambridgeshire property developer Laragh Homes, with just one property remaining at its prestigious Emerson Park development in Great Abington and many of the 25 designer loft-style apartments at The Old Tannery in Ely already reserved.

“People are planning ahead to ensure their next home purchase is the perfect one, so we’re delighted to be in a position to release early properties and see off-plan sales soar for our developments before they’ve been fully launched,” said Laragh Director Hannah Greenhow. “To have just one property remaining at Emerson Park months ahead of project completion, and 50% of The Old Tannery apartments now reserved, is testament to Laragh’s superb eye for detail, high-quality finish and exacting specification standards.”

The Old Tannery is high on the wish-list for many purchasers looking to combine the best of contemporary living in the heart of Ely’s historic cathedral city. Located close to the riverside and rail station, these luxurious one-and-two bedroom homes are being snapped up at each new stage, with further releases coming soon.

Homebuyers keeping a close eye on the next Laragh developments will be happy to hear that the award-winning company is also unveiling early opportunities to purchase property in central Cambridge.

Together with an exciting new project to deliver nine luxury apartments at St Stephen’s Place, just a short walk from Castle Hill, there is the eagerly-awaited springtime launch of The Mews on Histon Road. This stunning collection of 27 sustainable two, three and four-bedroom homes, designed in an enclosed setting, is ideally located within easy walking and cycling distance of the city centre, with great access to both Cambridge rail stations and the A14/M11 road links.

Commenting on current market trends, Christina Ballands, Associate at Cheffins, said: “Since the Budget announcement that stamp duty holiday would be extended, demand for property in Cambridge and its surrounding villages has continued to grow, with ever increasing numbers of buyers competing for high-quality homes. This heat in the market has been perfectly illustrated by the sales at Emerson Park, which has seen houses on offer sold within record time, and also reflected at Manor Farm in Stretham, where phase four of the popular development is about to begin. Time is of the essence for many buyers who are looking to complete ahead of the new stamp duty deadline and also make the most of the new 5% mortgage scheme, these two factors combined are ensuring that any quality new homes are quickly being reserved well ahead of completion dates.”